Friends. I have reservations about this pattern. I’m nervous about sharing it with you. I’m seriously, SERIOUSLY afraid that someone will turn me in to What Not To Crochet and I’ll be forever branded as, “that girl who crochets weird and stupid things.”
I recently side-loaded about ninety books onto my beloved Nookery Nook. Since I don’t want to immediately archive these books once I’ve read them, I needed a good way to keep track. I came up with the awesome and utterly original idea of…drumroll please… MAKING A LIST!
Yeah, I don’t know. I searched Google for “list” and this girl came up in the image results. Apparently this is what a list looks like. Lists are pretty!
So I needed to find a way to carry the book list and a marker with my Nook.
So, uhm. Don’t judge, okay? I like to make lists, and I like to hilight things.
Stitches: half double, half double-increase, triple
1: with a G hook, 6 hdc in 1st ch
2: hdc-inc around (12)
3: (hdc, hdc-inc) around (18)
4: tr around in every other stitch (9)
5: hdc, ch3 in each space (9)
6: tr around (9)
7: hdc around (9)
8: (hdc, ch3) around
9: tr around
10: hdc around
11: (hdc, ch3) around
12: hdc around
13: ch20, join to first ch with sl st, FO.
Okay. So. Pretty please don’t turn me in to the crochet police. If you don’t have a Nook, then you could… umm… hang a marker on your key chain, or… hang it from a magnet on the fridge right by your grocery list… Or… Yeah, I don’t know. But just in case you’ve always wanted to know how to crochet a little pouch to keep a marker in, now you do. *sigh*
…maybe if i say “VOILA” ?… meh. I need some coffee.